Papers

Weber, R., Wescott-Baker, A., & Anderson, G. L. (2013). A multilevel analysis of antimarijuana public service announcement effectiveness. Communication Monographs.

Reid, S. A., Zhang, J., Anderson, G. L., Gasiorek, J., Bonilla, D., Peinado, S. (2012). Parasite primes make foreign accented English sound more distant to people who are disgusted by pathogens (but not by sex or morality). Evolution and Human Behavior, 33(5), 471-478.

Reid, S. A., & Anderson, G. L. (2010). Language and intergroup relations. In J. M. Levine, & M. A. Hogg (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.

Reid, S. A., & Anderson, G. L. (2010). Language, social identity, and stereotyping. In H. Giles, S. Reid, & J. Harwood (Eds.), The Dynamics of Intergroup Communication (pp. 91-104). NY: Peter Lang.

Reid, S. A., Palomares, N., Anderson, G. L., & Bondad-Brown, B. (2009). Gender, language, and social influence: A competitive test of expectation states theory, role congruity theory, and self-categorization theory. Human Communication Research, 35(4), 465-490.

Anderson, G. L., & Giles, H. (2009). Communicating empathies in interpersonal relationships. In E. Cuyler, & M. Ackhart (Eds.), Psychology of Relationships (pp. 1-34). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Works in Progress:

Anderson, G. L. (R&R). Competitive communication among women: The pretty prevail by means of indirect aggression. In M. Fisher (Ed.), Handbook on women and competition. New York: Oxford University Press.

Reid, S. A., Zhang, J., Anderson, G. L. (R&R). Towards an Evolutionary Social Psychology of Honest Signals: An Explication of Costly Signaling Theory with Applications to Aggression, Linguistic Ability, and Laughter. Personality and Social Psychology Review.

Anderson, G. L., Reid, S. A., Gaulin, S. (in progress). How aggression among women is calibrated by physical attractiveness: An experimental test of recalibration theory of anger.

Anderson, G. L. (in progress). Ovulatory cycle changes in women’s clothing choices and how they dress to impress same-sex rivals.

Reid, S. A., Zhang, J., Anderson, G. L. (R&R). Towards an Evolutionary Social Psychology of Honest Signals: An Explication of Costly Signaling Theory with Applications to Aggression, Linguistic Ability, and Laughter. Personality and Social Psychology Review.

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